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FOX Business
Sep 30, 2012 8:00am EDT
to decrease the deficit? >> yes, it's the only specific tax increase that-- of both candidates and if you would close the deficit and turn some of the tacks to the higher levels, and the revenues for the government, revenue enhancement. however, to cost patriotism to say a small fraction of the country will have an extra tax burden, everybody has to pay more taxes, in fact, if you combine the tax proposals of mitt romney and president obama, together you would have a patriotic plan where you're removing some of the benefits of the lower people the last 10, 15 years and then, we would have higher revenues cross the board and that would lower the deficit the most, and the other things in this that are not particularly patriotic. a lot of the obama proposals think there's a small group that can fix the problems. the thing with the car thing, we all have to pay a higher gas tax and help the deficit, and have the cars making 80 miles per hour and we're the ones driving far. >> you say you want to wave the flag for patriotism, you say there's something to it? >> yeah, sure, first of all, you've
WHUT
Sep 29, 2012 7:00pm EDT
. >> we were expecting to have a deficit that was going to be about 7% of the economy and it turned out to be 9%. we did not have the time to react. so weak in our political manifesto, the main aim was that we were going to give spain what it needed. there were not actual promises but as a general promised to try to manage the situation. the figures were worse but we were struggling. >> what would the opposition socialist to differently? spain has one of the biggest property bubbles followed by the collapse. >> we want comprehensive reform of the fiscal system. it has to be more progressive. we know in spain that corporations only pay 11% from their benefits. at the same time, there is a large number of citizens who do not pay taxes to income tax. they are liberal professions like people who put all their revenues inside society. we believe there has to be changes and we have to have a more comprehensive system that is able to control everybody. >> won the budget was announced, it was predictable. this economy has already seen 65 billion euros out of it this year. today was confirmed a
CNBC
Oct 2, 2012 4:00am EDT
will try to use the lame duck session to reach a comprehend len sif deal to cut the deficit instead of a short term solution. lawmakers will reportedly agree on a specific target likely around $4 trillion over ten years and they would vote to put off the automatic tax hikes and spending cuts set to take effect in january. but with the deficit coming down payment to signal how serious they are. jim, how sdw this get resolved? >> well, i haven't heard that sister, but that's what we've been picking up, that in the background of all these guys working on the deal already. soon after the election, our best guess is that there will be one. not too different from that story actually. >> qe-3 meanwhile, how does that play? does that continue to support lift asset prices? how do commodities get in the wash between slowing chinese growth and fed action? >> that's a good question. because i think it's a big one. i think we're not three weeks into qe-3 yet and the populous mind set of the markets is that we're done qe-3, let's move on to whatever's next. qe-3 is in my opinion very different fr
CNN
Sep 26, 2012 3:00pm EDT
and greece are doing is trying to cut the budget deficit with 25% unemployment, and doing it when bond yields are too high to be able to dip into the market, especially for greece. so these countries have been forced to do this by the markets, brooke, not by politicians. their hand has been forced and now they're telling their people on streets they have got to be the ones that suffer the most. ironically, of course, the u.s. treasury have benefitted from all the european upheaval. it made it easier for the u.s. not to make the tough choices at this moment. any country trying to cut the budget deficit, it is harder to do while that country is in recession. it actually makes the recession worse, which makes it -- it has to be more cuts in order to meet the deficit targets. it is nearly impossible to see how the countries can do that. >> so you point out, you negotiation unemployment rate 25% in spain, running down more numbers, 54% of greeks under age 25 are unemployed. are major spending cuts raising retirement age here to 67, will that work for spain and greece? >> well, over time it should
CNBC
Oct 2, 2012 1:00pm EDT
a budget come out that continues to bring the deficit down to sustainable levels. europe has pledged to work in partnership with spain to make sure its banks get recapitalized and continue to afford a access the markets. we will see as they work in the partnerships the days ahead again, they have the tools and we see the political will on the part of the spanish go >> you watch spain, you just got back from china. i have a bunch of questions about china, stories in the paper, lael, in china is the first question, the second question is the republican nominee, mitt romney, has accused the obama administration of not being tough enough on china. the third question you have a report coming out october 15th on whether china is a currency manipulator. what are you going to say? >> well, let me just start with your first question. china's leadership team is undergoing a transition process and confront important questions how they are going to take forward their economic policy. steve, as you know, since day one, president obama's been extremely focused on achieving a more balanced relation
WHUT
Sep 26, 2012 7:00am EDT
's pleading for two more years in which to cut the greek deficit. european leaders say it will really depend on whether greece quickens the pace of reform. we will know more within a matter of weeks when the greek international lenders publish their support, their assessment on how greece is doing. if it is a largely positive assessment, maybe he might get a little breathing room. maybe he might persuade angela merkel of germany and france want hollande -- francois hollande of france to give him some breathing room. greece could face immense political instability to add to its financial woes. >> thank you very much. austerity strikes under way in greece. the streets of the spanish capital madrid are calm after a night of violent protests. riot police fired rubber bullets at demonstrators who tried to march on the parliament building, angry at their governments' efforts in spending cuts. now this report from madrid. >> many in the crowd were young. this protest was organized by social media. -- via social media. it was more expensive than other recent demonstrations -- more tense. thousands g
WHUT
Sep 26, 2012 7:30am EDT
-- is only 34%. and the government fiscal deficit is only 1.1% of total gdp. which is just about 1/3 of averages. and i think this is why this credit rating agencies are so confident about the capacity of a korean economy to repay its sovereign debt. better debt ratings could make korean bonds look like a safe haven investment, encouraging in flow from overseas, and causing the yuan to appreciate. we asked how all this affects south korea's economy? we are expecting capital inflows and falling appreciation in the near future which may hurt some exporting farms in korea. but i don't think this is going to be a fatal blow to the korean economy. instead in the long term. i think it will be much easier for korean firms to finance their projects in the international market. and so, this -- credit rating upgrade is kind of benefit to korean economy rather than a concern. >> a small firm in tokyo has built an eco friendly car that runs on both hydrogen and gasoline. the minivehicle was remodeled from the regular gasoline powered car. equipped with hydrogen tank, fuel injector and control
CNN
Sep 30, 2012 9:00pm PDT
go up 17%. spending will drop to under 21%. there will still be a substantial deficit, but it will be smaller. president obama's main contribution to this $16 billion debt, which is a trillion dollar debt, a ten-year figure projecting out ten years was the stimulus bill, which is $800 billion, which i believe was a good thing to do. i think that might be bigger without it. it kept people working and paying taxes and off the government payrolls. because it created new jobs. if you look at his annual spending budgets, they are about 2% increase. that's less than the rate of inflation. so, i think that the reason that i believe he'll win re-election is we are beginning to recover. we have a higher rate of job creation since the recession bottomed out in the middle of 2009 than in the previous eight years. and, we are moving in the right direction and the policies he's advocated are going to produce good economic results. if people thought it was like another recession, he would be in trouble. it's not like another recession. they know it. >> people say the paralysis in wa
CNN
Sep 26, 2012 1:00pm PDT
in the end a president piled up huge deficits that will cripple our children and grandchildren. look at the mess in the middle east where the president for ten days didn't tell the american people the truth about what happened in the death of an american ambassador. there's plenty of ammunition. but it has to be delivered in a firm systemically order way and people look up and go that's right. there's a simple test here. do you want four more years of obama? do you think this is the right direction? or do you think we need something new? i think a campaign which made that case clearly enough would carry ohio and florida by big margins. >> mitt romney was in westerville, ohio, today. i want to play a little clip of part of something he said and get your reaction to it. listen. >> okay. >> i want to bring the rates down. by the way, don't be expecting a huge cut in taxes because i'm also going to lower deductions and exemptions. >> so he's trying to combine if i take it right the tax and the deficit argument. do you think that's a little too complicated for voters? do you think that re
CNN
Oct 1, 2012 9:00am PDT
. you need to take account of the fiscal deficit, which cannot go like that anymore, and the same thing with the external deficit, and that will require, of course, some adjustments, and nobody wants adjustments. people want miracles. in economics you don't have miracles. you just have good policy and hard work. >> are you encouraged by the policies that you are now seeing from both the europeans and the americans, or really do you sit here thinking more, more please? >> we're not impressed because i think that we have lost the last three years. since the crisis that started in 1988 -- 1998 and 1999, we knew we have not been able to tackle the real causes of the crisis. it has not been done in europe. it has not been done in the u.s. we are talking too much and doing too little. >> now, if this was any leader in latin america, perhaps people would ignore him, but this is the president that's running strong free market economies and policies, and that's why when somebody like this harvard ph.d. economist speaks, president as well, suzanne, people listen. of course, it reinforces what cou
FOX News
Sep 26, 2012 6:00am PDT
if it had not happen we would be talking about economy, deficits, jobs and affordable care act. if mitt romney is going to use this successfully he needs not only to make this critique and point out this is broader frame as seeing the president disengaged not up to the job, giving it his best and failing on behalf of the american people and relate that to the dough messtic economy as well. bill: when the debate number one is rather is week from today. carl, thank you. karl rove in washington on that. here is martha. martha: there are violent protests breaking out about big government spending cuts. look at these scenes. why thousands of people are taking to the streets in spain and what it could mean for your wallet here at home. we'll be right back. [shouting] [gunfire] [ woman ] ring. ring. progresso. your soups are so awesomely delicious my husband and i can't stop eating 'em! what's...that... on your head? can curlers! tomato basil, potato with bacon... we've got a lot of empty cans. [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. we're not in london, are we? no. why? appar
FOX News
Sep 28, 2012 9:00am EDT
is telling france hey, you got to get that budget deficit under control, big budget deficit is verboten the socialist president of france, francois hollande, tax the rich, not so rich, capital gains, profits, you name it, there will be a big new tax. on upper end of income every dollar over a certain level the french government will take 75 cents. rip it right out of your hand. 75 cents on the dollar. more than $200,000, they take 45 cents on the dollar, almost half. bill, this is a massive gamble because france's economy is dead flat, teetering on recession. 10-year high for unemployment and france puts in place huge tax increases. bill: i'm reading the two measures bringing around half a billion euros. >> that's it. >> what will that do for them? >> not much. there are other taxes as well which will bring in a total they think of 20 billion euros. bill: higher tax rates on dividends? >> dividends, capital gains, dividends, profits, reinvestment of capital, interest you name it. bill: here is a query for you. are they cutting spending at all? >> by about $10 billion euros. $20 billion
CBS
Sep 27, 2012 5:30pm PDT
year if congress and the administration can't end the rancor and agree on how to handle the deficit. the ratings agency fitch said today uncertainty about u.s. fiscal policy is the single biggest near-term threat to the global recovery. when you see washington act the way it's been acting, does it make you more cautious? hr of course. >> reporter: bayard winthrop launched american giant, a new men's clothing business in san francisco this year. but the indecision in washington, he says, is holding him back. >> it doesn't breed a lot of optimism. so we're hiring, but we're not hiring as aggressively as i think we would be if i had real confidence that we were on a pathway towards growth nationally. >> reporter: so in effect, washington is undermining the ionomy. >> i think that the lack of substantial and positive debate is undermining the economy. >> reporter: one piece of good news today, weekly first-time unemployment claims dropped to a two-month low. bor the labor department says the economy actually added nearly 400,000 more jobs over the past year than originally estimated. w
KRON
Sep 27, 2012 8:00pm PDT
to and to link deficit numbers. >>catherine: forget the election, they're already casting ballots. one example is this was early voting and the state of iowa. catherine heenan, kron 4. >>jacqueline: this warming trend is going to become significant. the highs for the inland valleys were quite warm. ninety-three's in antioch, livermore. with and 90's. 70's-93 in antioch but take a look at the coast. cool in daly city. 55 degrees in half moon bay with that really dense fog. it is not going to clear out. this is a live look at the golden gate. visibility is quite low. and at half moon bay, just one half mile visibility at this moment. we can see that it is going to change, overnight. that fog will return with cloud coverage returning. it should lend her by noon. temperatures will be cooler with 70's, 80's by-noon, clearing. temperatures much, much, warmer with the reversal. it will seek warmer temperatures for the inland valleys. and for the bay shore, and even 70's along the coast guard tomorrow, plus an for most locations. '70s, '80s. 78 in the san jose. antioch, livermore. and concord, pleasan
CNN
Sep 27, 2012 9:00am PDT
, that jobs and prosperity will rain down on everybody, the deficit will magically disappear, we'll live happily ever after. but there's a problem with this. we just tried this. we tried it in the last decade before i was elected president. it didn't work then and it won't work now because top down economics doesn't work. we don't need to double down on the same trickle-down policies that got us into this mess in the first place. this country doesn't succeed when only the rich get richer. we succeed when the middle class gets bigger. when there are ladders of opportunity for all who strive to get into the middle class, when everybody willing to work hard has a chance to get ahead and live up to their god-given potential. i don't think we can get very far with leaders who write off half the nation as a bunch of victims who never take responsibility for their own lives. i travel around a lot in virginia and across this country. i don't meet a lot of victims. i see hard working virginians, students trying to work their way through college. i see single moms like my mom putting in over time
MSNBC
Sep 24, 2012 10:00pm PDT
that devil. >> so you don't buy the idea that everybody gets a tax cut, it's deficit neutral and we'll figure out the details later. i think that's basically the problem in a nutshell for the romney campaign and it's part of the reason why you have others starting to panic publicly and it's this. the central element of the romney campaign was that economic anxiety among swing voters was going to be so high they were going to have the attitude we just want to vote the incumbent out. they looked at president obama in 2012 and they said we've got the same thing this year. we need to be a generic protest vehicle. we need to be as inoffensive and nonspecific as possible to swing voters. that strategy is good for 45, 46, 47% of the vote. it has not gotten them higher all year. there's no reason to think that that strategy alone is going to left them over the top. now you've got republicans that are starting to pan he can e romney has choices, he can start saying something more affirmative but if he wants to appeal to swing veeters, he's going to irritate his base. or he's going to alienate the swin
CSPAN
Sep 25, 2012 5:00pm EDT
in the senate, his fiscal policies turned masses surpluses into massive deficits. the federal deficit went up $16,000 every second george allen was the united states senator. voted to raise the debt ceiling four times, voted to raise his own salary four times. now he's talking like a conservative, but his record shows he can't have another crack at it because his actions don't match his word. again, i think the right strategy is an aggregated examination of deductions rather than fighting issue-to-issue. you can have the amount or percentage vary by income or how the tax code is already. that's the most likely path to lead to success. >> we're out of time on that answer. >> can i have time to rebut? >> not according to your rules. i like more than less, but going on. >> governor allen, virginia voters are divided on whether they want the affordable care act to stay or go because it's not completely ruled out and because it's so complex. do you want to completely get rid of the law as a stands and start over on health care reform from strach or favor -- scratch or favor another method? >> i'll
FOX News
Sep 30, 2012 3:00am PDT
looking good. >> of course the romney campaign points to the rising deficit, accelerated deficit rising under president obama as compared to the george w. bush years. >> dave: from george w. bush and not free from criticism. 4.9 trillion dollar increase in the nation's debt. but here we are three years into the obama presidency talking 5.36 trillion dollar increase in our nation's debt. that's pretty simple to fact check. i'm surprised joe biden continues to bait those fact checkers, with statements like that. that's a pretty-- that's a slam-dunk. >> alisyn: because people don't listen to his speeches with the calculator out and listen with their guts and resonates. they have been saying the same thing for the better part of almost four years so it must be working on the campaign trail with them. >> dave: and doing some hypnotizing before that. stare into the pen. >> alisyn: all right. let's get to your headlines, because, to tell you about right now. there was another insider attack that claimed the life of a soldier and contractor. 2000 american troops killed in afghanistan sense the
NBC
Sep 27, 2012 6:00pm EDT
the deficit. the ratings agency fitch said today uncertainty about u.s. fiscal policy is the single biggest near-term threat to the global recovery. when you see washington act the way it's been acting, does it make you more cautious? >> of course. >> reporter: bayard winthrop launched american giant, a new men's clothing business in san francisco this year. but the indecision in washington, he says, is holding him back. >> it doesn't breed a lot of optimism. so we're hiring, but we're not hiring as aggressively as i think we would b if i had real confidence that we were on a pathway towards growth nationally. >> reporter: so in effect, washington is undermining the economy. >> i think that the lack of substantial and positive debate is undermining the economy. >> reporter: one piece of good news today, weekly first-time unemployment claims dropped to a two-month low. and the labor department says the economy actually added nearly 400,000 more jobs over the past year than originally estimated. >> pelley: well, anthony, there's still about 12.5 million people who are unemployed. what does a
CNBC
Sep 27, 2012 1:00pm EDT
phones and budget deficits. but you see britons as something very different, somebody unlike yourself, which is not true. >> it means great charter. >> i saw that. >> all i know is corpus christi is a town in texas. i don't know what it means. habeas corpus? jon, you're a lawyer. what does habeas corpus mean? >> i don't know. >> there's a lawyer, he doesn't know. and he's not even british. how do you like that? anyhow, moving on to the next one, right? sears and darden restaurants offering cash to buy their own health plans. the company says it's not to save money. yeah, right. but do give workers more control. i always like that when they put it in there as a more controlled kind of thing. >> that's not the purpose of an employer, to give you more control. so you know at some level this is about saving money for the company. so what that means is over the long term health care costs are going to shift to employees. this is happening in a lot of big companies. they're considering -- >> here's what our yahoo.com poll says, finance.yahoo or whatever it is. a majority of americans want to stick
CSPAN
Oct 2, 2012 9:00am EDT
six in 10 gop interest group ads focus on jobs and deficit. romney is a let's focus on the deficit. he has spent most is how i'm talking about jobs, and on health care and taxes in about one out of every to as progressive democrats have a much wider spread on issues that they are discussing dick so i will leave it there for now. [applause] >> thanks, eric. okay, so shadow money. this is a subset of t outside money we are seeing coming into the elections. and we are seeing much more of this time around, these are the 501(c), especially 501(c)(4) groups that are increasing active in politics an increasingly active on the airwaves. first a word about, the center for responsive politics. what we do it in a summit with us is we slice and dice campaign finance and lobbying information in ways that hopefully make it more accessible and usable and easier to interpret for both journalists and the public. we've been trying to get at this dark money, shadow money this year, and you know, the danger for journalists and for us, for the public is, you know, it's very, very difficult to get at it, ta
CNBC
Sep 26, 2012 4:00am EDT
't going to help, it's only going to make it more difficult to meet deficit targets. it's only going to make it more difficult to work down that debt to gdp ratio when the denominator is also shrinking. >>> while we focus on spain and yields rising, we do have the result of this italian tea bill auction. the six-month bill auction, the yield, 1.503%. it was 1.58% at the end of august, the lowest since march. there is a contrast here between what is happening with italian auctions and spanish auction. we saw earlier this week, the spanish bill auction yields up since august. they continued to fall. they are still going lower in italy. once again, maybe the market price differently in italy and spain. >> even though italy has key elections coming up next year, we're hearing some rhetoric as to whether or not he's going to run. of course he didn't run last time, but nevertheless, here's someone who -- the potential for this event and to mark an uncertainty. italy still viewed more favorably. >> i didn't see if they rais raised -- did you see the amount? >> looks like they went for a nin
FOX Business
Sep 25, 2012 1:00pm EDT
deficit and it suggested the tax revenue down 4.6% year over year and at the same time showing the government spending goes, 8% in the month of august. doesn't sound like austerity to me or the oil traders and after they came up oil reversed direction. more worried about europe. melissa: gold is an interesting story as well. price topping out at $1,800 was the estimate and morgan stanley thinks silver will outperform. i don't know about that. what do you think? phil: i think silver will. i am bullish on gold and i think $1,800 -- we will go a lot higher. the market is consolidating after a historic run. there will be a lot of quantitative easing coming out of the table and we know that will be bullish. in the middle east, at in the consensus of the middle east. one of the things they pointed out was india demand. i am not worried about that. part of that was because they had a strike. they were upset with the jeweler's. that will rebound. with quantitative easing there will be a lot of hot money going into india. lori: i agree with what you said. phil flynn, price cooper's grou
FOX Business
Sep 27, 2012 11:00am EDT
.s. and europe is we have a current account deficit in the u.s. if and when the bond tells us to get our act together, we are most vulnerable, in particular the dollar is most vulnerable and then yes we will act. but then it is going to be just as painful. connell: forced to act, money keeps coming in here rates couldn't be any lower than they are right now as the money floods into the united states as opposed to going out of it. the point is you don't see an october surprise, something out of europe that really upsets is blows up and becomes a big issue for our election? >> well, we we have a chronic condition in europe, you can consider it hurry up and wait or groundhog day. the euro is around 1.28. it is not at parity. so the market is getting used to it. the reason the market is getting used to it is because the head of the european central bank has imposed a process under the euro zone, it is a messy process, but we have to think about what standard do we hold politicians up to and policymakers and we have a mess in the u.s., in the u.k., in japan, in the euro zone. the euro is just bec
FOX Business
Sep 28, 2012 1:00pm EDT
? lori: you can't say that. why stay in france? will this do anything to rein in the country's deficit? could the u.s. ever go this far to raise revenues. here to weigh in, curtis dubai, senior policy analyst at the heritage foundation. you heard our shock and awe. record unemployment in france, barrage of data to economic stagnation. how could this tax rate not be devastating? >> doubt it will be. we should be grateful to france showing the folly of raising taxes that you confiscate three quarters of the income created by job createtores and income earns. it will be just as bad here if we go down that path. lori: greatful to france but a lot of people are hoping we'll go down that path. i mean we're at 35% individual income tax rate, curtis. again a lot of people are fearful if obama wins re-election that is the path we're headed on. what do you expect to happen to tax rates if he is reelected? >> you know, president obama does want to raise taxes. i don't think we'll ever go back to rates in the 70s of 75%. we've been there, done that. i don't think we'll go back to level. however pr
CBS
Sep 25, 2012 7:00am PDT
would end deductions and loopholes and that he would still be able to balance the deficit by doing that. of course, as you pointed out, he will not say which deductions. why do you say that raises a red flag? >> under governor romney's plan, i pay well over 20% now. so if you eliminate the mortgage tax deduction and the charitable tax deduction, i'll still be ahead. so to do it, you have to go down and raise -- and cut the deductions enough that you wind up raising taxes on people in the middle income group. that's the problem. >> do you think this election -- the president has said that change has to come from outside rather than in washington, that this election has the possibility of producing a change that will be able to overcome gridlock. >> i don't think it not only as a possibility, i think it almost certainly will. and let me explain why. i think the president's going to win. but let's assume governor romney won. if he wins, that almost certainly means the republicans will hold on to the huse and it will be about 50/50 in the senate, more or less the way it is now. if president
CNBC
Sep 28, 2012 9:00am EDT
on the rich and large companies to slash the deficit. will the wealthy flee in response? first rick santelli is working on the next hour of "squawk on the street." hey, rick. >> hi, carl. you know, yesterday when the spanish budget came out people on the floor were running around. i grabbed one of my sources and said hey. do they like it? he goes they must. stocks have rallied. when did the stock market become the validation for all economic fundamentals? we know that quantitative easing distorts stock prices. this is the topic. the real topic is lest we forget because there have been stock markets in the past like the nasdaq that have important lessons for us to learn and we'll go over all of that at the top of the hour. [ horn honks ] hey, it's sandra -- from accounting. peter. i can see that you're busy... but you were gonna help us crunch the numbers for accounts receivable today. i mean i know that this is important. well, both are important. let's be clear. they are but this is important too. [ man ] the receivables. [ male announcer ] michelin knows it's better for xerox to help manag
CSPAN
Sep 27, 2012 8:00pm EDT
-- now the deficit and the gaza strip and the loss vegas strip. we have problems with egypt and problems in syria. jordan is becoming destabilized. the fact of the matter is we have to be very careful to ensure that our allies be the most reliable ally we have and the only democracy in a very dangerous part of a world has to keep their people say. >> thank you for the question. the biggest threat to israel today is iran with nuclear weapons. the second biggest that to israel today is whether not the united states will stand behind them when they are threatened. there are very few differences between my plan me on foreign policy. she wants to have a debate, she ought to have that debate with the president. what happened in egypt and libya -- i am concerned because israel needs our help. it will need our support and i stand behind them. >> ok. >> this is an issue that is very important to me. i have spent a critical time in middle east peace. when i disagreed with the president, i was the first one on either side of the aisle to express my differences in no uncertain terms. let me turn thi
CSPAN
Sep 25, 2012 8:00pm EDT
, there is a commitment. we can get away from the deficit. this hurt those people who had committed most to us in the sense that, what is going on here? here is this guy who was a arrested with illegal weapons. what was he doing? this hurt the trust. we just uncovered -- recovered from that when we have the osama bin laden raid. i am convinced, as most people will look at the evidence are convinced, that the top leadership, military, intelligence, and civilians, did not know osama bin laden was in abbottabad. all of us were exhausted from staying up a whole night. it was a punch drunk meeting. the first thing they said was congratulations. they realize someone who they were against and wanted to see gone was gone. it was only a few days after that that they realize that the political price the military was paying that that became manifest, when public american commentators said you are either implicit or incompetent, it happen to be true. it put them very much on the spot. the response by those pakistanis who had committed to working with us, who had --mitted to the post in the summer of 20001
CNN
Sep 27, 2012 2:00am PDT
be looking at simpson bowles, deficit reduction and fix it. i mention there's a tax credit for sending a kid to college. that would be something that would disappear as well. pooug research saying one in five households, a record one in five households owed tune debt in 2010. in that year 19% of households held student debt. that's a significant jump from just 15% of households in 2007 before the recession. the average student debt, so for a family that has student debt, the average debt is more than $26,000, triple what it was in 1 1989. your incomes aren't budging. you can't borrow tens of thousands of dollars against your house anymore. a lot of people ask me, how am i supposed to be able to send a kid to college? a piece of advice i got from a financial guru. save a third. you need to be saving a third of the college. a third should be loans. only a third should be loans or you will never get out of it. the other third should be grants, scholarships and the kid has to pay. aim to save for a third or you'll shall hurting your chances and the kids chans. >> let the kids save some of the mo
FOX News
Sep 28, 2012 8:00am PDT
spending, debt, deficits and make this much more of an idealogical argument, an idealogical case against the president. he is a big government liberal. he expanded government at every turn. he will expand government further in his second term. gregg: want to put one more graphic poll up for you. most voters, 73%, say they're aware of the 47% comment notoriously made by governor mitt romney. but look at this, 63% think he is right when he argues that too many people in america are dependent on the government. you have to add two numbers together. mostly true, 36%. somewhat true, 27%. might that actually help him instead of what the pundits and democrats predicted which was it was was going to hurt him? >> it's hard to say. there is other polling show the 47% comments have hurt him. i think the problem was mitt romney kind of tripped in that argument. he made an argument that had problems with it. there were inaccuracies in the specific charges he was making but i think it is indisputable his broader case is true. i think that is showing up in the polling numbers you just showed. no questi
ABC
Sep 27, 2012 7:00am EDT
up new markets. next, we've got to balance the budget. you've got to cut the deficit. you've got to stop spending more money than we take in. and finally, champion small business. have tax policies, regulations, and healthcare policies that help small business. we put those in place; we'll add twelve million new jobs in four years. i'm mitt romney and i approve this message. >>> as you know, robin is recovering from her gone marrow transplant, that took place one week ago. you know how committed she is to help those facing similar struggles and need transplants. before she went to the hospital, she made this public service announcement. we're releasing it now for bethematch.org. >> i make my living asking tough questions. so, here a question for you. if you had the power to save a life, would you? i have a chance to survive blood cancer because my big sister answered yes to being my marrow donor. right now, you can go to bethematch.org and offer a cure to someone with a disease like leukemia. so, what will your answer be? >> fantastic. you see right there, buses here in new york
NBC
Sep 30, 2012 6:00am EDT
to need a lot of investment from already cash strapped utilities and a deficit ridden government. that said, no one can say if gas prices will continue to rise and certainly we can't say the rate which renewable technology might decrease. what we can say for certain is pressure is likely to remain on u.k. utilities as the tub of war between lower demand >>> thanks, paul. that wraps up this week's show but keep up with energy news throughout the week on our website plattsenergyweektv.com. and you can download our free iphone and android apps. follow us on twitter,
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